The innovative hull design of the CABO 35 Express gives wider stance to the placement of the power plant, giving maneuverability to the CABO 35 that is simply unheard of in
other boats. This well balanced hull not only jumps onto plane instantly, but also provides an extraordinarily stable platform when loafing along at trolling speeds. With a fine bow and 16
degrees of deadrise at the transom, the CABO 35 Express runs easily in choppy seas. even when lying broadside to swells, the wide reversed double chines dampen the roll and give the CABO an
The goal of the CABO team sounds deceptively simple: "To produce the best engineered and best built boat in the world." And, with the CABO 35 Express, their success at reaching that
level is evident in every detail. Using the finest materials and uncompromising methods, dedicated craftsmen have created a yacht that outperforms, outlasts, and is more comfortable that the
The CABO 35 Express is at the leading edge of construction, and every material is the finest to be found. Careful thought has been given to creating an incredibly strong yet lightweight hull.
The biaxial stitched fiberglass roving is bonded with vinylester resins that are not only 10% lighter and 15% stronger than conventional boatbuilding resins, but provide protection against
osmotic blistering. The hull is solid fiberglass below the waterline for strength and low maintenance, while topsides and deck are a baltec-coated sandwich to reduce weight and provide sound
Adding even greater resistance to torsion and flexure is the CABO's highly sophisticated reinforced fiberglass interior module. Hull and interior are bonded into one monolithic structure,
a method for superior to conventional techniques. You'll find the CABO 35 Express to be flawlessly fabricated and significantly quieter than other boats. Take time to study the effective
non-skid deck pattern of the cockpit, and you'll find that it gives sure footing in all conditions without being overly abrasive.
Sight down the glossy hull sides and you'll see none of the usual bumps, dents, or finish flaws found on most boats. Consider the crisply molded deck and cockpit detailing, and you'll
discover elegance that is a pleasure to touch. Superior design, uncompromising construction and rigid attention to every possible detail combine to create the CABO 35 Express.
The clean layout of the helm console on the CABO 35 Express allows more than ample room for today's sophisticated electronics. Clear, easy to read aircraft gauges and
positive acting rocker switches insure that you will instantly know the exact state of your craft at a glance. From your vantage point at the helm, you'll appreciate perfect
visibility in every direction. No other boat in this class can even come close to the fit, finish, and ease of use of the CABO 35 Express.
Unlike most builders, the team at CABO started with the cockpit, the most critical area for fishermen, and built the rest of the boat around it. With nearly 100 sq. ft.
of fighting area, there's ample room to handle multiple hook-ups. The two five-foot long fish boxes not only have oversized drains, but macerators to quickly clear away debris. Each
box is fully insulated, gasketed and securely latched against rattles. Drop the lid and it closes with a soft "whoomp" of air escaping from a perfectly fitted hatch. Each lid
uses long piano hinges that are though-bolted for durability, and even the usual ankle-twisting drainage canals across the cockpit have been replaced by hidden drains under the deck. The
transom door has massive hinges form durability and easy access for boating a big fish. The bait prep area at the forward end of the cockpit has all the space of those on much larger
boats, with four deep tackle storage drawers, sink, rigging board, and even an ice box for cockpit convenience. Because a fisherman can never have too many "sticks," there's
locking storage for 17 rods. With both fresh and saltwater washdowns, fishing aboard the CABO 35 Express is clean and comfortable.
Just because the CABO 35 Express is a sportfishing warwagon, doesn't mean it has to be Spartan. The comfortable interior, accented with golden teak, provides all the
spacious warmth of a weekend getaway. Standard features include a head with shower, recessed electric cook-top stove, microwave/convection oven, refrigerator/freezer, Corian counters
(with sea rails to keep plates from sliding), and ample storage for cruising. The forward cabin has a comfortable double berth, a bureau and settee, while the L-shaped lounge converts to
upper/lower bunks. From the deep pile carpeting to the elegant recessed halogen lighting, the CABO 35 Express is both practical and luxurious.
To understand the precision engineering of the CABO 35 Express, you need to spend some time poking into all of the nooks that most builders would prefer you overlook.
Every hose, wire bundle, and pipe is clearly labeled and rubber grommeted for chafe protection where is passes through a bulkhead.
All systems are meticulously segregated: electrical on one side, plumbing on the other, and service items like filters on the
centerline. The fuel system is built to rigorous specifications, from the fuel tanks fabricated from expensive vinylester resins to the premium aviation style fuel fittings.
Even normally hidden areas such as bilges and inside lockers, are ground and gelcoated for a smooth flawless finish. Below the waterline, all through-hull fittings and even
the trim tabs have been recessed to reduce drag. Everything from the rudder posts to the fuel manifold system, is readily accessible and it's obvious that the CABO 35
Express has been designed, engineered, and built by people who have barked a few knuckles on less accessible boats. Attention to detail separates the CABO 35 Express
from lesser vessels.